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Friday, February 28, 2014

Human Rights Demand Schedule ~ Blogtalkradio

"POWER concedes nothing without a demand. It never did, and it never will." That is a quote by Frederick Douglass, a 19th century slavery abolitionist. We wish to announce a new human rights channels on Blogtalkradio: "HUMAN RIGHTS DEMAND" and NNIA1. Mary Neal is the program director. Your questions and comments during broadcasts are invited. 

The radio shows are for all people. If you wish to be a special guest, please email Mary Neal at MaryLovesJustice@gmail.comCall (818)572-2947 for NNIA1, and call (347)857-3293 for Human Rights Demand. Please "follow" both channels at Blogtalkradio to receive advanced notice of scheduled shows.

For current schedules for NNIA1 and Human Rights Demand, see

Most of the shows at NNIA1 and Human Rights Demand are weekly presentations.

YOU have radio shows at "NNIA1" and "Human Rights Demand" channels! The NNIA1 call-in number is 818-572-2947, and Human Rights Demand's call-in number is 347.857-3293


*Monday* - Who voluntarily works on Mondays? Day reserved for special programs
*Tuesday* - What's Happening show, 9pmEST, Human Rights Demand regarding political prisoners and current events regarding justice
*Wednesday* - STOP Mandatory Vaccinations, 9pmEST, Human Rights Demand: Stop plans to enforce vaccinations on all 350m Americans
*Wednesday* - Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, midnight EST, NNIA1 (AIMI shows air when families of mentally ill people are in crisis)
*Thursday* - Jennifer Cobb ...and Justice for all Inc., 6pmEST, Human Rights Demand
*Friday* - Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More 6pmEST, Human Rights Demand (half of each show presented in Spanish)
*Saturday* - Native American Affairs, time to be announced, NNIA1, hosts: Lynn Eagle Feather, Janice Howe, and Victoria Eliza Ga Skins
*Saturday* - Johnnie Strozier Keeping It Real, 9pmEST, Human Rights Demand, reentry show sponsored by Strozier after 46 years in prison
*Sunday* - Various programming: "Stop Abuse," "Interviews with Authors" of books about legal, economic, or social justice, interviews with experts in , , , and victims of the criminal justice system, etc., Human Rights Demand, 3pm or 6pm or 9pm EST (the time will be announced at and Facebook when shows are scheduled).
*Sunday* - MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting, midnight EST, NNIA1. We pray for and learn the REAL Word of .

In September 2015, we plan to present a psychiatrist, author, and movie producer, ,discussing "Shattered Families," a movie about families of persons with serious mental illness, which we can help produce. We will present , author of "We Mad Climb Shaky Ladders." Wagner is a noted writer and poet who copes with a schizoaffective disorder. Our Wednesday show, "Stop Mandatory Vaccinations" features such guests as Dr. Randy Short, Dr. Shirley Moore, Ms. Brenda Anderson, and others. We plan to revisit the "Georgia vs. Malik Davis" case, about the possibility of false murder charges against Malik Davis, 17, regarding the shooting death of Nizzear Rodriguez, 13. A new witness and Malik's mother will speak. We also invited the managing editor of Truthout to return to Human Rights Demand and tell us more about her proposal to eliminate bail payments in the USA and to describe her recent trip to Australia to discuss its criminal justice system. We invited Ms. Dorothy Pinkney to speak to us about her marriage to a political prisoner, Rev. Edward Pinkney, of Benton Harbor, Michigan. Rev. Dorothy Mackey is our usual host for "Stop CPS Abuse" shows, and  Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris often speaks during the "MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meetings."

Pass the word. YOU have radio shows at "NNIA1" and "Human Rights Demand" channels! 
The NNIA1 call-in number is 818-572-2947, and Human Rights Demand's call-in number is 347.857-3293. Great radio shows are already archived and available for you to hear by computer:

In case of technical difficulty at Blogtalkradio, please join us at the scheduled times at (605)562-0020, I.D. Code: 992-212-650(Ralph Poynter has a separate conference number), where we always enjoy excellent sound quality. Prerecorded shows are available there, also.

If you have justice issues to discuss that require a dedicated program, please call me at (678)531-0262, or send an email to, or send a Facebook message to Mary Neal. News tips are welcome. If all of those methods fail, use smoke signals if I do not contact you within 48 hours. My communication is compromised.

The information and viewpoints given by hosts and guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of MaryLovesJustice, Human Rights Demand, or National Network in Action (NNIA1). Neither hosts nor guests accept responsibility for the accuracy of information given by any other party.

The Philosophy of Liberty

International Declaration of Human Rights - 1948

Make your human rights demand today!
Contact U.S. elected officials:

Dr. Floyd Harris and demonstrators make human rights demands in the photo above: End Homelessness, End War, Stop Police Brutality, End Mass Incarceration, and Protect the Environment.


MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

Raising Socially Conscious Children ~ All radio shows are archived for listening any day, 24/7. Invite your teens to listen to our human rights broadcasts with you, then discuss the issues presented. Invite them to write to me at, and title the email "Your Blogtalkradio Show." I promise to write them back. Sharpen your teens' listening and writing skills, and teach them the importance of social justice by doing this exercise!

"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did, and it never will." ~Frederick Douglass

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

We are called to be human rights advocates (Proverbs 31:8-9).

JESUS CHRIST is the world's greatest human rights advocate and my personal Lord and Savior. He is against capital punishment (Psalm 102:19-20), prisoner torture (Heb. 13:3), victimizing people (Matt. 25:40), avoidable wars (Rom. 12:18 ), all forms of discrimination (Gal. 3:28 ), and apathy about human suffering, which is inexcusable (Prov. 31:8).

Whether or not you are a Christian, the world would improve if each of us would imitate Christ. Blessings to you.